Harriman Happenings- Sept. 9

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By Louise Warmley

Our condolences to relatives and friends of Vida Ooten Kilby, who recently passed away in Detroit.
Vida was the wife of the late Thomas Kilby Jr.
The couple was former residents of Harriman. Our deepest sympathy to the family.
Last Monday, the Rev. Henry and Pat Cleveland from Oak Ridge spent Monday afternoon with me.
Henry grew up in Harriman and is the son of the late Rev. Nep and Emma Cleveland.
He has been the pastor of New Salem Baptist Church in Knoxville for 36  years. He is retiring from this church.
They are the parents of one son, who is a minister, and they have five grandchildren.
I wish you both the best as you leave your church.
Pam Wright from Stone Mountain, Ga., spent last weekend with her mother, Permelia Anderson, and stepfather Curtis. They all enjoyed Labor Day together.
Julia, Virginia and I were out of town when our nephew, Marcus McNair, his wife and children from New Orleans came to visit with us.
They visited with their grandfather, Curtis Anderson.
From here they spent Labor Day with Marcus’ mother, Karen McNair in Cookeville.
Before returning home they visited with their grandmother, Barbara Johnson.
My niece Karma, her husband Champ, and children Choosen and Adair from New Orleans came home to see their grandfather, Curtis Anderson, their aunt Julia Harris and Alicia.
It was great seeing them.
Karma and her husband Champ are youth leaders at their church.
Virginia, Angie and I missed seeing them since we were out. Karma is the daughter of Corliss Thompson.
Congratulations to Mary and Narvel Martin, who celebrated 43 years of marriage Sept. 5.
They are the parents of two daughters. There are two grandchildren.
Happy birthday to you, Ann Talley on Aug. 2.
Wishing the following people who are members of St. Mary’s Baptist Church a happy birth-
day this September: Carrie Johnson, Maxine Martin and Debera Hill.
We sang the birthday song and prayer was offered.
Joseph and Cecil Cozart of Columbus, Ohio, spent a few days with Spence and Judy Anderson and family.
Joseph and Cecil and Spence are brothers. Carolyn Griffin is their aunt, and they were din-
ner guests Saturday of the Griffins.
While here, they enjoyed fishing and visiting with other relatives and friends.
Judy and Spence had a cook-out for them.
These brothers said this was one great vacation.